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A '''short story''' (/ʃɔ:t stɔ:ri/) is a piece of [[prose]] [[fiction]] that typically can be read in one sitting.<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_story</ref>  So they are shorter than [[novel]]s.
 
A '''short story''' (/ʃɔ:t stɔ:ri/) is a piece of [[prose]] [[fiction]] that typically can be read in one sitting.<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_story</ref>  So they are shorter than [[novel]]s.
  
Short stories can be used in [[lesson]]s perhaps easier than a full-length [[novel]].  Collections of short stories are popular source material for [[graded reader]]s.
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Short stories can be used in [[lesson]]s perhaps easier than a full-length [[novel]].  Collections of short stories are popular source material for [[graded reader]]s, e.g. <ref>https://macmillaneducationebooks.com/elt/graded-readers/genre/short-stories</ref>
  
 
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A short story (/ʃɔ:t stɔ:ri/) is a piece of prose fiction that typically can be read in one sitting.[1] So they are shorter than novels.

Short stories can be used in lessons perhaps easier than a full-length novel. Collections of short stories are popular source material for graded readers, e.g. [2]

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